Monoprint (relief): A print can be made from any material that is capable of holding ink which can be transferred to another surface. It should be sufficiently flat and have strength to take required pressure from hand or press. Prints can be taken from a range of objects and materials. The process offers a quality and definition that can not be created using any other method. The image is created using the object, inked with a roller. The inked surface of the object generates the image the instant it comes in contact with the material being printed.
Inkjet (gicleť): A printing device which sprays tiny dots of ink onto paper to form a print.
Screenprint: A print process using a stencil supported on a mesh or screen, through which ink is forced using a squeegee onto the paper or material to be printed.